After several years of classical training, meetings and taste bring him to be interested by new universes like jazz, pop and ethnic expressions…
Fascinated by instrumental composition, sound and music relations to pictures, he studies music and technology at Paris VIII University then composition and film scoring with Michel Merlet and Patrice Mestral at “École Normale de Musique de Paris”.
He will then work as a sound engineer in “Opera de Paris”, in “La Comédie Française” then for films.
Christophe Lidon will give him the writing of the stage music of “Bye bye Prospero” for the “Centre National des Arts du Cirque”.
He has then composed music for many films and for concert, in wich category he won an international price in composition in 2007 (second price at Pierre Shaeffer competition in Pescara, Italy).
His works have been played in Europe and Asia.